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# Suppose that Y1, Y2, . . . , Y40 denote a random sample of

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Suppose that Y1, Y2, . . . , Y40 denote a random sample of measurements on the proportion of impurities in iron ore samples. Let each variable Yi have a probability density function given by

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CHAPTER 2: CELL THEORY Wednesday September 7 Macromolecules:​ Many of life's molecules are gigantic >Carbohydrates: dietary energy, plant structure >Lipids: long term energy storage (fat) and hormones (steroids) >Proteins: enzymes, structure, storage >Nucleic Acid: information storage Cell Theory: 1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells 2. Cells are the smallest unit of life 3. New cells come from preexisting cells ​ ia ​cell division (mitosis) Single Celled Organisms:​ 3.5 Billion Years Old >Prokaryotic: Have single, round DNA ​ (​ ucleoid region) >> Archaea: found in extreme conditions (i.e. Thermal vents, Antarctica, ect.) >> Bacteria:

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